Henna Allergy And Herbal Ink For Eyebrow Embroidery?
Hello, I have a henna allergy and temporary painted tattoos. Is it safe if I want to brow embroidery with herbal ink?
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Henna is one of the ingredients to decorate the body. Henna is a type of plant that can produce beautiful colors for body tattoos or body art. Henna is widely used as a temporary / semi-permanent tattoo with the addition of certain chemicals.
Many cases of allergy to henna are found, either because of the content of the henna itself or due to chemicals that have been mixed.
Allergy symptoms such as itching, heat, reddish spots that arise as per the henna motif, to cause blisters on allergic skin.
If you want to do eyebrow embroidery with herbal ink, make sure you are not allergic to the ingredients contained in herbal ink. Because often though a product is claimed to come from herbal ingredients, not a few are also mixed with chemicals in varying amounts. To find out whether the ink is safe on the body, you can apply a little ink on certain parts of the body and leave it within 2x24 hours (preferably the part that is dabbed circled and kept away from water exposure) to find out the effects of allergies that might occur. If no symptoms are found, you can try the action carefully and should be done under supervision by a doctor.
If you get complaints that interfere with post-action, you should immediately consult the nearest doctor or dermatologist to get information and proper examination and management. So much information that I can convey, hopefully it helps